Lagerkvist



[lah-guh r-kvist] /ˈlɑ gərˌkvɪst/

noun
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Pär
[par] /pær/ (Show IPA), 1891–1974, Swedish novelist, poet, and essayist: Nobel Prize 1951.
/Swedish ˈlɑːɡərkvist/
noun
1.
Pär (Fabian) (pæːr). 1891–1974, Swedish novelist and dramatist. His works include the novels The Dwarf (1944) and Barabbas (1950): Nobel prize for literature 1951

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